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Jeju Island will amaze you with its beauty. Mountains, ocean, smaller islands, and beautiful beaches- all unique with different sand colors and different hues of water- make Jeju an amazing travel destination.

This tour will take you through the marvels of Yongmeori Seaside, Songaksan, Green Tea Museum Osulloc, Hill of Shiri, Cheonjeyeon Falls.

Yongmeori is a place where Mt. Sanbangsan stretches into the ocean and it looks as if a dragon’s head is going underwater. This area is made of Sa-am stacks, built up over millions of years.
Songaksan Mountain is also called 99 Bong (99 Peaks) due to its 99 small peaks. The road from Sanbanggulsa Temple in Southern Jeju to Songaksan Mountain is a famous coastal drive with breathtaking scenic views.
At the Green Tea Museum Osulloc visitors enjoy unique o’sulloc teas and relax next to the lotus pond in the indoor garden. The second floor of the building has an observatory, where you can enjoy the views of the nearby green tea fields and the surrounding landscape.
Cheonjeyeon Falls, named 'The pond of God', consists of 3 parts. Around the falls, a variety of plant life thrives, such as the rare ‘solipnan’ reeds. To the east, there is a cave where cold water pours from the ceiling to create a waterfall. The water from the first waterfall becomes the second and third waterfalls and flows into the sea.

Déjate fascinar por la joya tropical que es la isla de Jeju con este tour de jornada completa. Podrás visitar, acompañado de un experto guía local, los tesoros naturales de la isla y descubrir por qué se conoce a Jeju como “la isla de los Dioses”. Uno de los puntos destacados de este inolvidable tour es Seongsan Ilchulbong, un cono volcánico que surgió del fondo del mar en una enorme erupción hace más de 100.000 años. La cima está coronada por un gigantesco cráter rodeado de afiladas rocas que parece recién sacado de la película La Tierra Olvidada por el Tiempo.

Seopjikoji se encuentra en lo alto de un acantilado en la costa este de la isla. Es una enorme llanura sin árboles donde no sopla el viento, llena de murallas de piedra bajo un cielo azul intenso y desde donde sale un camino sinuoso que lleva al evocador faro que corona el acantilado.

Seongeup Folk Village se encuentra a los pies del Hallasan. Este pequeño asentamiento es un museo viviente de la cultura tradicional de la isla. Aquí encontrarás pequeños tesoros, como casas ancestrales, santuarios en honor a Confucio, antiguas sedes del gobierno, estatuas de piedra, grandes piedras de molino y las ruinas de una fortaleza.

Otra parada fascinante es el museo popular al aire libre de Jeju. Las más de 100 casas meticulosamente restauradas te transportarán a la última década del siglo XIX. Date un paseo por el pueblo de la montaña, la aldea rural, el pueblo pesquero y el pueblo del chamán, y descubre la cultura tradicional de la isla. La última parada es el espectacular templo budista de Yakcheonsa, construido en la década de los 90 según el estilo de la Dinastía Joseon temprana.

Hyupjae Beach is one of the popular places that many tourists visit in anytime. The white sand beach has extra fine sand mixed with shells that glitters with silver, and the emerald-colored water is crystal clear. Also one of well-known island ‘Biyang do -flown island’ can be seen from Hyupjae beach.

Suweolbong - many people find that the sunset here is comparable to Sarabong. From the top of Suweolbong, you can see Chagwi Island, Dansan, Jukdo Islet, and even Songak Mountain with a telescope.

Spirited Garden, A garden starts from a farmer's small thoughts. Since 1968, Spirited Garden director, Seong Bum-Young, has cut rocks, made his own oreum, searched for trees all over the country and planted them here. It is now the world's largest botanical garden Althr Airfield was a military base camp of Japanese army. This is where today's peaceful Jeju Island is juxtaposed against a remainder of Jeju's sad part of history.

Sanbangsan Mountain is the result of violent volcanic activity some 700,000 to 800,000 years ago and is in fact a huge body of lava. The cliffs on the southern side of the lava dome are marked with a rich variety of curious formations such as weathering pits and talus scree slopes, some of which are as high as 200m. As its name 'sanbang' – literally meaning 'a cave inside a mountain' – suggests, this mountain contains a cave, which is located about 150m above sea level and has a spectacular view out over the ocean. Due to its close location to the sea and its high elevation, the peak is often ringed with clouds. The upper slopes of the mountain have their own distinct climatic conditions and are protected for their value for botanical research.

Final spot, you can choose one of these options :

- Teddy Bear Museum offers a lot of interesting things to see with various themes such as history and art of Seoul and a tour around the world, in addition to teddy bear's history of more than 100 years. Displayed Teddy bears are handmade by designers with premium goat wool for high quality. There are other teddy bear-related products available.

- Cheonjeyeon Waterfall
According to a legend, Cheonjeyon Falls means “the pond of God” where nymphs descend to take a bath. The first cascade of Cheonjeyon Waterfall is 22 m high and the water forms a pond 21 m in depth. The water flows farther along to form the second cascade of 30 m high. Up from Cheonjeyon Falls is the stunning arch bridge Seonimkyo, which is also called Seven Nymphs Bridge. Water springs from a spot between the precipice of the waterfall and the lower clay layer. From the ceiling of a cave located east of the first waterfall, the water drops and grows into several streams of water. Since it is gushing out of stony ground, the water has been used for curing diseases as well as for drinking. From ancient times, people have believed that they can recover from any disease if they stand under a waterfall on either the Buddhist All Souls Day or Cheoseo Day (at the end of August). Right next to the falls is Yeomiji Botanical Gardens and many other tourist attractions.

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Horses can be seen all around Jeju island. Horses were the most preferred gifts to be presented to the King from Jeju because the island was popularly called “the pasturage of horses”. Horse riding on a Jeju trip is something that should not be missed. The horses used for riding are known as Jejusanma and are of mixed breeds. Experiencing actual horse riding will make you feel closer to horses. If the weather condition doesn't allow outdoor activity, you will visit Horse Museum instead.

Located at the foot of Mt. Halla on Jeju Island, Seongeup Folk Village is a small town that holds a vast amount of culture.

Cultural properties in the folk village have been handed down from generation to generation and include treasures such as residential houses, Confucian shrines and schools, ancient government offices, stone statues, large millstones (pulled by horses or ox), fortress ruins, and stone monuments. Among the cultural gems of the folk village are intangible cultural assets such as folk plays, native foods, local folk craftsmanship, and local dialect. Even the trees are an important part of the area's heritage. Several zelkova and nettle trees that are hundreds of years old stand at the center of the village, preserving the dignified atmosphere of a bygone era.

The Seongeup Folk Village shows the unique culture of Jeju Island: the black lava rock walls, the straight but curvy alleys to block the wind, and the stone grandfather statues (Harubang), which have become a prime feature of the landscape. The local black-haired pigs and tongsi (pigsty / restroom) are especially well-known characteristics of Jeju folk culture. The Jeju black pork is said to be very nutritious.

Enjoy your lunch with delicious local food of Jeju Black Pork BBQ. (Or you can choose Bibimbap)

Wild black boar meat is marinated in a special sauce then grilled over a steel pan with various vegetables.
Bibimbap(Rice Mixed with Vegetables)
Bibimbap is a delight, which offers a variety of tastes and colors. It is filled with all sorts of vegetables and is good for your health.A dish made by mixing rice with various other cooked vegetables. It's great for experiencing different vegetables, pleasing to the eye, and full of nutrients.

Women divers, one of distinctive symbols of Jeju, dressed in black rubber driving suits, have been fighting the cold water waves of the sea. You could see them with your own eyes, taste fresh seafood they catch, and take pictures with them.

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You can experience the strange feeling that your car, imed downhill, actually goes uphill. This is an optical illusion created due to the surrounding environment.

It starts at southsan National Park Visitor Center and continues of to Eoseungtaeng-oreum Summit. The trail is 1.3km long and a one-way trip takes 30 minutes. Eoseungsaengak is an oreum (parasitic cone volcano) for hikers who want to go for an easy stroll after visiting the Visitor Center. On clear days Chuja Island, Biyang Island, Seongsan-Ilchulbong and Jeju Island’s east oreums can be seen. At the summit there still remain some Tochikas, which were military facilities used by the Japanese during the occupation of Korea.

Or Glass castle (on a rainy day) (Sultry weather, heavy snowfall, rainy Day Alternative Tour Course)

Jeju Glass Castle opened in October 2008 as the nation's first glass museum. Guests are able to experience state-of-the-art glass art. The museum boasts a modern glass exhibition and a coffee shop among its offerings. Works by Italian, Japanese, and Czech artists are on display, and their works depict scenes from fairy tales and other stories like Jack and the Beanstalk and Cinderella. We also have glass shoes, pumpkins, and traditional statues on display. Guests can make their own glass vases or necklaces.

Hotel buffet nearby green tea plantation.

Jeongbang Waterfall is one of three main Jeju waterfalls, along with Cheonjiyeon Waterfall and Cheonjaeyeon Waterfall. It is the only one in Korea which spills directly into the sea. Harmonized with the sea, two 23m-tall columns of water fall with a sound like thunder and offer us a magnificent view. Cliffs and old pine trees surrounding the waterfall are always scenic. It takes about 5 minutes to walk from the parking lot to the waterfall.

Coffee time at the café beside coast road
It is time to relax at the café which is located right infront of the Ocean. We offer free Americano here.

The Yakcheon temple means “Temple where medicinal water flows.“ The temple with the largest Buddhist status in Asia, it is renowned for mystical stories about the medicinal water. The medicinal water source that continually furnished water to the pond still remains. Many Buddhists stop in the drink this water.

The columnar joints in the Jungmun Tourism Complex were designated as Natural Monument #433 on December 27, 2004. They look like a large folding screen with black hexagon stone pillars. When you visit here and look at the columnar joints with beautiful ocean waves crashing against them, you will be mesmerized by nature's greatness. Columnar jointing is a pillar shaped (tetragonal-hexagonal) appeared in basaltic lava flow. When thick lava (at about 1,100 degrees Celsius) flows from the mouth of a volcano and cools down drastically, columnar joints are created. The columnar joints here are 30-40m in height and extend for about 1km, the largest such structure in Korea.

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Jeju Media Center, 837-20, Ildo 2 dong, Jeju

A performance provides visual pleasure, audio enjoyment and playful interaction, fulfilling every audience’s expectations.

Cookin’ NANTA is a universal performance without language barrier and age restriction. The fun and joy it brings can be full, beyond your wildest imagination!

A grumpy manager and a crew of humorous cooks with exaggerated body languages, peeling this here, chopping that there, and frying it over there, the whole kitchen rocks and rushes. It certainly gives a non-stop and a hilarious performance that brings laughter to every audience.

The producer Song Seung-hwan states in an interview saying that, the thrilled atmosphere of NANTA has made those who walk in the theatre as one of the stressed people from the city and walk out like a passionate child full of creativity.

Cookin’ NANTA can be enjoyed by people from all around the world and is about to make you laugh out loud throughout the show!

Since the first debut in 1997, Cookin’ NANTA has been on the road of success around the world, being the first in Asia, it opened a long-term performance on New York’s Broadway in 2004.

NANTA made its international debut in 1999 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where it received an award for best performance. Since then, it has been staged in the UK, Germany, Austria, Italy, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, the Netherlands, and Australia.

In 2013, over 9 millions of people around the world are enjoying NANTA’s spectacular performances. NANTA also received an award for Best Urban programme in 2009 and is being highly recommended by tourist and locals alike.

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707-5 Seohong-dong, Seogwipo-si, Jeju Island

When it opened in 1988, Seogwipo Submarine was the first of its kind in Asia the third in the world. Seogwipo Submarine offers safe undersea tours in its recently acquired state of the art submarine from Finland. Munseom, where the submarine travels, is home to outstanding coral reefs, colorful schools of fish, and rich seaweed. The exquisite landscape makes it one of the most beautiful places to dive as well. Going deep into the 40 meter sea-bed, visitors can see countless fish, rare iridescent coral reefs, and a surreal-looking shipwreck with schools of fish surrounding it.

The ride starts with a ferry to nearby Munseom Island, infamous for its many bugs! The island has a pristine marine ecosystem and its soft coral reef is not only beautiful, but the world’s largest, regarded by many as a scuba-diver’s paradise.

At the first stop a local scuba diver attracts the fish to the submarine by dispersing feed. One of the most common fish you will see around Jeju is the damsel fish, or “jaridom” in Korean, famed in the “hoetjip,” or raw fish restaurants around the island. At the next stop is visit a 40-meter-deep shipwreck.

Finally, the submarine stops next to a beautiful red soft coral reef wall. The blue underwater light, previously covering passengers’ faces, turns red due to the yellowish red light as reflected by the coral. It is interesting to note that the corals are living animals which grow by only a centimeter every decade.

To allow passengers to take in the views from two score meters under, the submarine stops four times on the trip. Three of these are best seen from the right, while the last is best seen from the left.

Over 20 years of technical knowhow and safe operation (in fact, the longest submarine tour without a single accident on record) make Seogwipo Submarine a must-see attraction on Jeju Island.

We want you to have a fun, relaxing time in Jeju Island without the stress of not knowing your way around. Enjoy a fun day out with your own private English/Chinese speaking driver and transport. With this unique charter you will have the liberty to go wherever you want to go and see whatever you want to see. You can plan your own touristic route, exploring traditional and modern Korea. There are many ways to explore this amazing Island but one of the most comfortable and interesting ways is surely on this tour with a private car charter.

Car Charter is a free program using a private air conditioned car, a friendly English/Chinese speaking driver and the possibility to go wherever you want to go. Sit back and enjoy the ride and when something catches your eye feel free to stop and wander around. This is how you will see the Jeju Island with a personalized route. What do you want to do? On this excursion the experienced driver will show you the culture, beauty and traditions of this wonderful Country. Discover Manjanggul Cave, See UNESCO World Heritage Site. Furthermore you can discuss with the driver which itinerary you would like to have depending on your mood and interests. This definitely is the best way to see. There is no better way to travel.

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